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are proved. later, monica crowley and alan colmes also weigh in on the political ramifications of the menendez story. those reports after these messages. >> bill: factor follow up segment tonight, there is federal law that says any american who travels to a foreign country for the purpose 'of engaging in any illicit sexual conduct with an underaged person can be charged with a crime here. if convicted the fellline could face 30 years in prison. with us now mark mukasey former federal prosecutor who has investigated so-called child sex tourism cases. there is an industry that does this stuff. thailand, right? that's a destination for this. they actually run tours, right? >> you are right. you are giving it a lot of credit by calling it an industry. it's actually a bunch of sick pervert twisted people. thankfully there are also dedicated law enforcement people. >> bill: what i'm saying it's an industry. it's organized? >> you are correct. >> bill: you go on the internet. they take care of your hotel room, your flight, they it guide you around, all of that right? >> you are correc
to help raise funds. >>> choosing candy crowley to moderate the second debate was a mistake, crowley was blasted by conservatives for challenging mitt romney. >>> in facebook town hall meeting tuesday, vice president joe biden talked about white house gun control efforts. following the school shooting in newtown, connects cut. the best thing for protection is a shotgun. >> put that double barrelled shotgun and fired two blast outside the house. you don't need a ar-15, it's harder to aim, it's harder to use and in fact, you don't need 30 rounds to protect yourself. buy a shotgun. >> all right. that's your morning dish of "scrambled politics." >>> turk now to the weather a big snowstorm is headed for the middle of the country and for more on that is bill karins. >> this continues our active february. it looks like this storm is going to hit the midwest wednesday/thursday. all eyes now are on the storm exiting california, and head through the desert southwest. this one is going to hit the middle of the country hard and then it will weaken as it heads toward the great lakes. we dealt wit
could happen to the senator if charges of underage prostitution are proved. later, monica crowley and alan colmes also weigh in on the political ramifications of the menendez story. those reports after these messages. i had enough of feeling embarrassed about my skin. [ designer ] enough of just covering up my moderate to severe plaque psoriasis. i decided enough is enough. ♪ [ spa lady ] i started enbrel. it's clinically proven to provide clearer skin. [ rv guy ] enbrel may not work for everyone -- and may not clear you completely, but for many, it gets skin clearer fast, within 2 months, and keeps it clearer through 6 months. [ male announcer ] enbrel may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events, including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, nervous system and blood disorders, and allergic reactions have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whether you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. you should not start enbrel if you have an infection like the fl
prostitution are proved. later, monica crowley and alan colmes also weigh in on the political ramifications of the menendez story. those reports after these messages. i you're suffering from constipation, miralax or metamucil may take days to work. for faster relief, try dulcolac laxative tablets. dulcolac provides gentle relief overnight unlike miralax and metamucil that can take up to 3 days. i'm here to pick up some cacti. it should be under stephens. the verizon share everything plan for small business. get a shareable pool of data... got enough josa trees? ... on up to 25 devices. so you can spend less time... yea, the golden barrels... managing wireless costs and technology and more time driving your business potential. looks like we're going to need to order more agaves... ah! oh! ow! ... and more bandages. that's powerful. sharble data plus unlimited talk and text. now save $50 on a droid razr maxx hd by motorola. >> bill: factor follow up segment tonight, there is federal law that says any american who travels to a foreign country for the purpose 'of engaging in any illicit sexual
, they deserve a simple vote. >> moving moment. we start with michael crowley, deputy washington bureau chief, all over this along with their cover story. we're going to talk about the pope, we'll talk about the president. the nation for the most part wants gun control, supports the president's initiative on this but it seems almost impassable through congress. how does the president negotiate this where the nation wants it but then the elected officials are mostly saying, no, we're not going for it. >> to some degree you have a structural issue and i've talked about it and you guys talk about it all the time. there's not much can you do about it. because of gerrymandering, you have a lot of members of congress who are primarily worried about a challenge from their right. they don't want anybody to get to their right. so the way the districts are drawn gives members this incentive to stake out an extreme position rather than toward the center. i've been surprised some of my predictions of this aftermath of this tragedy would fade away. the president, who feels sincerely about this, is dedicat
. joining us monica crowley . former cram cram cess tech. who is right. mary landrew who said we are making this up or people on main street; johnathon? >> has a spending problem. every dollar that it spends is taxed or borrowed and it is taxed from we the people. government spending is destructive to the economy. whether it is it discretioninary or not it needs to change now. >> it doesn't matter if it is. feven even if it is it a million bucks here and there. and eric it is worse than that. up said millions and millions, we are in the trillions. it is it an express of 3 trillion . a third of that is it being borrowed. we are spending way out of control and here is a bar chart. i don't know if you can see this right here. the dark part here is it what we are borrowing each year. that is a third of the amount much money . it is it outrageous and they can cut it in every place and they don't do it. >> you can stee the crazy thingings we are spending our money on. chinese swine study. 141,000. let's lookalt the next one. jordanian hooka habitings whampt is that? and reality tv show in india w
's a lady down here in front. >> james swanson, heritage. what should mitt romney have said to candy crowley when she decided to correct him at the debate? and, side question, why do people like george stephanopoulos moderate republican party debates? >> well, the answer to the second one is the easier one which is republicans are morons. [laughter] in what world do you have a clinton hack asking obama talking points? the contraceptive/war on women question was clearly orchestrated. it is part of a broader campaign. i talk about it in the book. two weeks later they were attacking coleman for the war on women. it was obvious what he was doing. as far as how he should have dealt with candy crowley, we should make sure that the moderators aren't hacks. and when candy crowley did that, he should have said, well, candy, your bias is showing right now. and then he should have explained what he meant when he said what he said. i mean, there are plenty of problems with the way that he handled the benghazi question, he could have handled it much stronger in general. but you can't let the media walk a
. dagen thinks there are some positives regarding this nomination. monica crowley, who is coming up, apparently, does not see them. both of you will have a chance to explain yourselves. dagen: i want a chance to get ahead. connell: it is all straightahead. oil is that any 6.73. we will be right back. ♪ connell: we are back to talk about this explosive congressional report. medicaid funded now for profits in the state of new york are hauling in some big-time salaries. one ceo pulling in $2 billion in 2011. dagen: monica crowley joining us now on set. why is this happening? >> new york is the medicaid capital of the nation. corruption is deeply embedded in the politics here. frankly, the salaries are atrocious and a mere drop in the bucket compared with the billions of dollars spent on inappropriate services such as town cars to go to a doctor's visit, grocery shopping services, $4000 a day. to residential facilities, none of which bore very little of which ever benefits the patient and even the anonymous payment for services never even rendered. the reason this goes beyond new york
past republicans? candy crowley joins us now from washington. gun control, immigration. i mean, candy, how does the president plan to navigate these obstacles in congress? >> hoping the senate democrats will navigate it for him. here's his problem politically, and there are six senate democrats up for re-election in 2014 who are in states that voted for mitt romney, so we would call them vulnerable. so if you bring up gun control, particularly in some of these interior west states and southern states and it includes an assault weapons ban, you cannot necessarily count on those senate democrat. it's not just about republicans. it's also about the senate democrats, so this is going to have a lot to do i think with harry reid and with those in the senate who can figure out the art of the doable which is really what politics is about. what can we get that will at once move the president's agenda forward and still protect those who might be vulnerable, vulnerable democrats, in 2014. >> all righty. candy crowley, thank you so much. candy, good to see you this morning. stay tuned for "state
at the media. "state of the union" candy crowley begins now. # on? >>> what in the world is going on? today an israeli airstrike deep into syria, a suicide bomber at the u.s. embassy in turkey and the president's nominee for pentagon chief gets the third degree. >> i actually would like an answer, yes or no. # >> well, i'm not going to give you a yes or no. >> outstanding defense secretary leon panetta and joint chief chairman general martin dempsey on the hagel hearings, world hot spots and benghazi. >> this is not 911. you can't call in two minutes and expect a team in place. >> then the president's agenda. >> comprehensive immigration reform. prevent something like newtown or oak creek from happening again. >> what about jobs? with former obama policy adviser mellody barnes, former labor secretary elaine chao and a conversation about football and kids with the mvp of super bowl xl hines ward. i'm candy crowley. this is "state of the union." joining me now leon panetta secretary of defense and martin dempsey, chairman of the chief joint of staff. gentlemen, thank you both for being here.
crowley, texas, please welcome amanda davis. [cheers and applause] >> hi! >> hi, amanda. >> hi. >> you have that look in your eyes like you can't quite believe where you are. >> i'm still in shock. >> yeah, $100,000 is a tremendous amount of money. >> i know. >> and you have been a movie buff-- all week, we've had movie buffs, but you've been one since the time you were a very little girl, right? you're mom told that me you started--what was it--your own little club, or... >> well, i dabbled in attempting to have a movie website. it didn't work out so well back in 1998 or so, but, you know, it-- >> yeah, but obviously you watched a lot of movies. you said, like, 500 in a year, which is a tremendous amount. and it's paid off. you went--drove from texas to new orleans for the actual audition. that's an 8-hour drive, not knowing that you'd ever get here. and not only are you here, but you're about to look at a question for $250,000. that is just fantastic. [cheers and applause] all right, to recap, you are in round 2. the next question is worth
in the inauguration she was shot to death. crowley and her husband sat next to the first lady at the state of the union address where the president told her story as part of the attempt to call on congress to act. >>> teachers in florida got a lesson to protect. hundreds responded to an offer to teach them how to shoot and care yea concealed weapon. -- carry a concealed opener. the owner offered up the free course to the teachers in pinallas county interested in learning about carrying concealed weapons. the ad within the viral and he got hundreds of calls and e- mails. >> hey, if you want to learn how to carry a weapon i can do this for you and help you. >> get educated. it's a good opportunity to learn something about safety and guns. >> the lines spilled out the door as people registered for the class. so many teachers were interested three another -- there's another class next saturday. >>> police in portland oregon have a program to identify and help people with mental illness. and an officer teams up with a social worker and they hit the streets as a mobile crisis unit. officers sear
? thank you so much for watching "state of the union." i'm candy crowley in washington. head to cnn.com/sotu. fareed zakaria is next for our viewers here in the united states. >>> this is "gps, the global public square." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world. i'm fareed zakaria. we have two famous and fascinating guests for you today. first, the world's second wealthiest man, bill gates. despite the weak economy, despite the strife in molly, syria, else where, despite massacres and messed up weather, gates says he is optimistic about the future. he'll tell us why. >>> and vice president turned businessman/thinker/filmmaker environmental activist, al gore on american politics, gun control, climate change and much more. coming up. >>> also, did you have more money in your bank account this week than a major african nation? probably. i'll explain. >>> but, first, here's my take. the scenes of chaos and strife in egypt that you've been seeing during the second anniversary of the terrar square uprising. arab spring and for the old order. but let's remember, that
. and msnbc political analyst michael crowley. let's go to joan. this is joy through others' tragedy. everybody loves that. here you have a butterfly collection. flattened out butterflies of things that went wrong. i have to be reminded here the first sign that romney wasn't such a great candidate for president was he was losing consistency to people like newt gingrich and rick santorum who know one would have ever thought of running for president. and still could never get into their heads they could imagine them as president. yet republican primary and caucus voters were choosing them rather than this good looking guy with credentials. something must have been wrong with him. >> right. watching his advisers it's like they never registered that. like you said they carpet bombed newt. the fact that newt came back and hit them hard. >> like freddy krueger. >> right. came back like freddy krueger like he always does seemingly. but newt and rick perry did unveil the bain attacks. they did romney's work on one hand, but there was a way to say perry and gingrich isn't going to win. but th
president obama. does he still support the program. let's ask candy crowley in washington. you spoke to bob gates. what does he have to say? >> first, remember too, he was also defense secretary in the latter years of the bush administration, so he spans both the beginning of the use of those drones, particularly to pakistan, and the escalation in the obama era, and he is still a supporter. he still believes when people say, are you killing innocent people, and they say this is a weapon that is very precise. he doesn't suggest that no innocent are killed in the use of these drones, but he suggests that it is much more precise than the -- what we would call a traditional bombing of that sort. a big supporter, he does have reservations about the process used when americans are targeted by drones. americans associated by terrorism. >> sure. anwar al awlaki killed in a drone strike. >> big, big week in washington. lots of people looking forward to the state of the union speech. what can we expect? >> well, i think exactly what the white house told us on the day of the inauguration speech, which
. "state of the union with candy crowley" starts right away. >>> politics, policy, and theater. it's state of the union season in washington. today, president obama readies his state of the union message, a chance to lay out details of an aggressive second-term agenda. >> our economy grows when everybody is getting a fair shot and everybody getting a fair shake and everybody playing by the same rules. >> a prequel with senator rand paul of kentucky. the tea party response to the president. and then an independent voice in a partisan senate. >> the fifth amendment is pretty clear. no deprivation of life, liberty or property without due process of law. and we're depriving american citizens of their life when we target them with drone attacks. >> our exclusive with senator angus king of maine and robert gates with the case for drones and the future of u.s. troops in afghanistan. >> i strongly believe 3,000 is too little. and 30,000 is too many. >> then our political panel on the state of the union watching and the new chairman of the senate foreign relations committee. plus, the high price of
of the union." i'm candy crowley in washington. head to cnn.com/sotu for analysis and extras. and if you missed any part of today's show, find us on itunes. search "state of the union." "fareed zakaria: gps" is next. >>> this is "gps," the global public square. welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world. i'm fareed zakaria. we have a great show for you today and we begin with american politics. what is really happening? are the republicans on the defensive? will the automatic budget cuts happen? is there any chance of legislative deals? we have a great panel, paul krugman, mort zuckerman, arianna huffington, and ed conard. >>> then something special. an exclusive interview with the richest man in india, the second richest man in all of asia. mukesh ambani. why he's bullish on america. it was the first time television cameras were ever allowed in his extraordinary mansion in the sky. >>> then, everyone is worried about the arab spring. i talked to the leaders of five arab governments to get some answers. and a fascinating internal power struggle in iran and what it means. bu
candy crowley, the anchor of cnn's "state of the union." so what do you think will be the themes, the messages the president will have and keeping in mind that he faces a divided government for the next two years. >> reporter: that part of it, the divided government won't have a play here. this is the president's agenda, what he wants to go. you will hear echoes of the inaugural speech, because you will see things like immigration, climate change, maybe a little meat on those bones, like what about climate change. maybe a little bit about immigration, though his plan is out there. our white house correspondents have done a lot of reporting on this, including jessica yellin who says you will hear a lot about the economy. the white house was not all that thrilled when the focal point of the inaugural speech was immigration and gay marriage, same-sex marriage, that kind of thing. so this will be focused more we're led to believe on the economy. in particular what the white house likes to call investments and what republicans call spending. >> we know that florida senator marko rubio
. former assistant secretary of state pj crowley joins me now. good to see you. >> hello. >> we should be clear what, do these guys want? >> well, what china has done is to spy on companies and they're requiring intellectual property they turn into their economic advantage. and that distinguishes perhaps what china is doing from what, say, the spy agencies for any government, including ours, do. we spy on governments but united states does not spy on companies, china does. >> what can the federal government to protect our information from hackers in china? >> well obviously the president talked about this in his state of the union. one is to improve the security of our information networks because much of this intellectual property. years ago it was locked up in a safe. now it's on networks and vulnerable to attack, whether from a state, in some cases from a criminal element, in some cases from hackers. we have to improve -- the security of our cybernetworks, something all of us use and take for granted but a lot of personal information and property is resident on the networks. this is
a deal. no one will be dancing. state of the union host candy can crowley is in washington this morning. what's at stake here? >> well, depends on who you listen to. you have some folks on the republican side saying, this is not going to be the disaster everyone says it's going to be. on the other hand, we have had nothing but a stream of scenarios coming out of the administration, including the faa saying flights are going to be delayed because we have furlough some -- some of the control operators in the tower. you've had people say, we're going to are to close down some meat processing plants because there won't be, you know, inspectors have to be furloughed. we can't send a carrier to the persian gulf, et cetera, et cetera. so, there are consequences. there will be consequences. it won't happen right away, which says to me that in that window between march 1st and when things really start affecting the public, there will be room to kind of try to figure something out. but i don't think they're going to figure anything out between now and march 1st. i can pretty much tell you that. >
inspection, public safety, longer lines at security checkpoints at the airport. candy crowley anchors "state of the union." you spoke with ray lahood, transportation secretary about the cuts. here is a portion of what he had to say. >> we are going to look at everything we possibly can to get to where we need to be, which is about $600 million in cuts. but we can't do it without also furloughing people. >> who is feeling the most pressure to feel these cuts? >> if you watch carefully, i don't think anybody is feeling that much pressure. last weeks, congress was out on recess, the president had a weekend where he went golfing. nobody is sitting in a room trying to hash this out. the president's line of political attack has been they don't care about the middle class, they are just protecting tax hikes on the wealthy. they don't want to close loopholes on oil companies because, you know, quo do that and then have some cuts but also some revenue enhancement but republicans only care about rich people so that has worked before, worked on the fiscal cliff, the republicans did pretty much cave on
into an unofficial holiday in the u.s. rocky parrish and jeff crowley are here to break down the big game for us. the weather also a big story for most of us. in case you missed it is thing is they missed punxsutawney phil made an annual production he did not see his shadow. if bill doesn't see his shadow we are going to get an early spring. despite predictions the winter weather did returns no for much of the evening giving the nice thin blanket over the white stuff. this is a second round we've seen in second days. not too much left on the road but there were icy patches out there this morning and it can be slippery so be careful. >> another chilly start to the day. gwen talbert in the weather center. >> any floors for today? [ indiscernible ] yes. we're dealing with a series of cryptosystems that continues to bring up these prayers as they move through but they are moving too quickly and is sticking around for a little longer. let's look at our maps. here's a satellite radar composite and you can see some of the lights no moving its way through the area. we're not out of the clear yet. we ha
it. >>> i want to bring in chris fast-breaks and michael crowley. time is running out. who blinks? i don't know that either side blinks. both sides will go after the march 1st deadline. i was talking to a very moderate senator, who was telling me he thinks this could maybe go into june where you let the sequester go into effect and you see what kind of effects there are from it, are people upset? are they feeling the pain? and at that point, you kind of have some room and you see how the politics shake out. both sides right now, as you said, are playing political chicken. right now the white house feels like the polls is on their side, they can continue to beat republicans up, saying they're favoring the rich, they don't want to talk the rich anymore, it's a strong message that worked for them in the fiscal cliff and republicans are saying we already raised taxes, it's time to get serious about spending. who blinks i think will be determined as this shakes out and we see who is feeling the pain and how loud do those people get? >> michael, how confident is the without that thole will
in the news. cnn anchor candy crowley asks her panel whether it was quote, inappropriate for a doctor to give his personal conservative opinions in a speech introducing president obama at the national prayer breakfast last week. here's the clip. >> this dr. ben carson. he is a, a world-renown pediatric neurosurgeon, out of johns hopkins. he was at the prayer breakfast and he was talking about the idea of, you know, weaving the bible into some objections he appears to have with the president's approach. take a listen. >> when i pick up my bible, you know what i see? i see the fairest individual in the universe, god. he has given us a system. it is called tithe. we don't necessarily have to do 10% but the principle. he didn't say if your crops fail, don't give me any tithes? he didn't say if you have a bumper crop give me triple tithes. there must be something inherently fair about proportionality. >> whoa! whoa, this was really interesting number one for the venue. number two for the person doing this. he may be a political person but first time i've seen him on the national stage. jon: all ri
have dealt with crowley, the answer is the same. make sure that the moderators are not hacked. and when he did that what he should have said is to welcome the wheel on the your liberal, what your biases showing in he should have explained what he meant when he said we said. they're plenty of problems with the way he handled the question. you cannot let the media walk all over you. he let candy crowley just trample him. that is painful. >> you mentioned it racist, sexist, capitalist. what about is loma fauves to deliberately say -- what would you recommend that reasonable people do so that our government officials would be willing to attempt to understand the underlying theology. >> so we ought to be doing is people who cast around the term as lumber fell by generally the same people who want to be soft on terrorism just as a general manner and that is what we ought to be seeing, a smokescreen. it applies to things that have nothing to do with whether somebody goes to moscow. it's somebody who thinks that muslims commences like a racist, by necessity violence, you will, problematic, all
" with candy crowley starts now. >>> have bully pulpit, will travel. today from decatur to asheville and chicago, the president pushes gun control, a higher minimum wage and universal pre-school. >> and that whole plan, well, others by the way, is a trade we could use more often in washington. >> a conversation with senator chuck schumer about reality. what and when can the senate deliver? >> and -- >> i'm not interested in an 11th hour negotiation. >> republicans dig in from budget cuts to some of the president's nominees. we'll talk with a member of the republican leadership team, senator john barrasso from wyoming, and mandatory spending cuts take effect from eleven days from now. >> it would have destructive cuts on national security, defense. >> average wait times to clear customs will increase by 50%. >> all this is purely the collateral damage of political gridlock. >> senator jack reed of rhode island and intelligence committee chairman mike rogers on whether sequestration is that dire and that inevitable. >> sort of predictable. >> the head of the motion picture association
"state of the union" i'm candy crowley in washington head to cnn.com/soth and if you missed any part of today's show find us on itunes. >>> this is "gps globing puplic square." welcome to all of you in the united states and around the world. on today's show the gun debate and the state of the two biggest economies in the world. first up, on tuesday in the state of the union, president obama challenged congress to vote on proposals to get weapons of war off our streets. but will it happen? can it happen? we'll talk to a world leader who made it happen in his nation. >>> then, larry summers on how to create jobs in america. the former treasury secretary on how the president can achieve the goals he laid out for the economy. >>> then, many worry that the world's second largest economy is headed for a crash. a rare inside look at the inner workings of the chinese economy. what's really happening there? >>> also, what in the world will get north korea to end its nuclear ambitions? i'll give you my plan. but, first, here's my take. president obama's state of the union address presented an
nominee confirmed. candy crowley is ankle over "state of the union" and with us from washington. candy, i want to play a clip from your show this morning. when you asked new york democratic senator xhuk shum ber those $85 billion in cuts. take a listen. >> well, here's what i think. i think that democrats have the high ground, both substantively and politically and we will win on this issue. why? it is very simple. the republicans proposed devastating cuts. >> now, candy, both side agree that these cuts would be devastating. how are they gonna come to some middle ground in time? >> i don't know that they will in time actually. we also had senator barrasso on, number fleet hierarchy on the republican side, he said cuts are going to happen. you have two very different views, i think what you will see is that march 1st will come and go the sequestration will begin. and there's probably dworks three week necessary there where they can still come to some accommodation. whether they will or not depends on hot cuts will hit. there there be some public outrage because tsa lines are longer? wherev
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